Re: Rekall not longer available from - a fabrication

From: Todd Stephens (
Date: 11/02/03

Date: Sat, 01 Nov 2003 23:15:19 GMT

On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 11:50:32 -0500, Paul Rubin wrote:

> The claim that I see is that:
> Basically, the answer is TKC is bankrupt. TKC's team of developers
> have not been paid for over 5 months (some even longer).
> The word "bankrupt" is qualified by the word "basically" which I take to
> mean that TKC is out of money but there has not yet necessarily been a
Regardless of the OP's intentions, I think the word "bankrupt" is not
qualified by "basically" so much as it is qualified by "is".

Todd Stephens

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